Crystalline oxide material

Chemistry of inorganic compounds – Silicon or compound thereof – Oxygen containing


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There is provided a crystalline oxide material with a characteristic X-ray diffraction pattern. This material may be a layered material, which is swollen or pillared. Upon calcination of the swollen material, the layers collapse and condense upon one another in a somewhat disordered fashion to form a non-swellable material. However, the swollen layered material may be intercalated with polymeric oxide pillars to maintain layer separation, even after calcination.

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